Happy dogs in Balboa Park!

Happy dogs run free in the spacious off-leash Nate's Point Dog Park just west of the Cabrillo Bridge in Balboa Park.
Happy dogs run free in the spacious off-leash Nate’s Point Dog Park just west of the Cabrillo Bridge in Balboa Park.

People love Balboa Park. And dogs do, too! Every time I visit San Diego’s wonderful park, tails all around are wagging.

Here are a few photos taken at various times…

A morning walker and canine buddy walk over some grass in San Diego's beautiful Balboa Park.
A morning walker and canine buddy walk over some grass in San Diego’s beautiful Balboa Park.
Art lover and two tiny pooches take a stroll through Balboa Park's colorful Spanish Village.
Art lover and two tiny pooches take a stroll through Balboa Park’s colorful Spanish Village.
A guy and his best friend relax in Spanish Village on another perfect day. Life is good.
A guy and his best friend relax in Spanish Village on another perfect day. Life is good.
A leisurely bicyclist and dog head down a pathway in the park.
A leisurely bicyclist and dog head down a pathway in the park.
Passing dog's greet each other while visitors to Balboa Park walk over the Cabrillo Bridge.
Passing dog’s quietly greet each other while visitors to Balboa Park walk over the Cabrillo Bridge.
A couple and a dog walk into golden sunlight shining onto Balboa Park's El Prado.
A couple and a dog walk into some golden sunlight shining onto Balboa Park’s central promenade, El Prado.
A popular pooch is admired by humans. A typical scene in fun and always lively Balboa Park.
A popular pooch is admired by humans. A typical scene in fun and always lively Balboa Park.

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Richard Schulte

Downtown San Diego has been my home for many years. My online activities reflect my love for writing, blogging, walking and photography.

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